Our research interests traverse diverse boundaries, both across campus and within the health law discipline itself. Our academics explore a range of research issues. Our research incorporates theoretical explorations of philosophical bioethics and legal philosophy to more applied research in topics as diverse as bodily integrity, medical migration, mental health, the legal regulation of complementary and alternative medicine, perfectionism, the regulation of reproduction, and decision making at the end of life.
Opportunities to study Health Law and Bioethics at Birmingham
Members of the Centre include academics from different subject areas and doctoral research students
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Birmingham Law School's Muireann Quigley, Jean McHale, Rachael Dickson and Laura Downey comment as the committee stage of the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill 2019-20 resumes
On Thursday 7th May the UK Government began the roll out of its Covid-19 Contact Tracing App on the Isle of Wight, however if government want to hold our data we need more clarity.
The NHS should apply the same good resolve, commitment and resources that it has shown in dealing with COVID 19 to the NHS patient safety problem. writes Birmingham Law School's John Tingle
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